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Following The Defeat Of ISIS, Iraq Pursues A Campaign Of Revenge

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From Slavery To 'American Wonder': Revisiting Frederick Douglass' Remarkable Life

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On Dec. 3, 2013, Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger faced questions from the British Parliament about his newspaper's decision to publish material leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Oli Scarff/Getty Images hide caption

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Former 'Guardian' Editor On Snowden, WikiLeaks And Remaking Journalism

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Pelosi Knows How To Win — But Will She Win The House Speakership Again?

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Tommy Caldwell uses "tiny razorblade edges" in the rock wall to support his body weight on El Capitan's Dawn Wall. Brett Lowell/Red Bull Media House hide caption

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'It Looked Impossible': New Film Follows Free Climbers Up The 'Dawn Wall'

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Corruption, Scandal And The Multi-Billion Dollar Business Of College Basketball

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The 'Weaponization' Of Social Media — And Its Real-World Consequences

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"To an extraordinary degree, Mark Zuckerberg is Facebook ... so if you're going to understand Facebook in any meaningful way, the conversation really has to start with him and end with him," journalist Evan Osnos says. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The Central Question Behind Facebook: 'What Does Mark Zuckerberg Believe In?'

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Examines The 'Unspoken Alliance' Between Science And War

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'The Crown' Creator Sees Britain's Royals As 'Just A Regular Family'

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How An Israeli Journalist's Coverage Of The Palestinian Conflict Inspired 'Fauda'

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Dispatches From A 'Dopesick' America

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In The Wake Of Charlottesville, Journalist Begins 'Documenting Hate' In America

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Humpback whales feed at the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary near Provincetown, Mass., in July 2014. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Scientists Are 'Spying On Whales' To Learn How They Eat, Talk And ... Walked?

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Tony Shalhoub On 'Mrs. Maisel' And Questioning His Worth As An Actor

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